In partnership with Traditional Owner groups, Parks Victoria is preparing a new management plan for the Grampians landscape, an area that covers the Grampians National Park and adjacent parks and reserves.

The new management plan (the plan) will underpin strategic planning for the Grampians landscape over the next 15 years to ensure that precious environmental and cultural values of this iconic landscape are preserved for future generations to enjoy.

The scope of this project includes environmental conservation, cultural heritage and protection of Aboriginal rock art, recreational activities, tourism opportunities, safety and visitor experience.

You can contribute to the plan in the following ways:

  • Register for a community workshop below
  • Attend a listening post in the local area
  • Provide feedback online below (underneath the community listening post information)
  • Register your interest in the project so we can keep you aware of any project updates

Discussion papers have been prepared on a range of management topics. These can be downloaded from the background information section on this page.

Feedback and ideas are being sought below and at workshops until midnight Sunday 6 October.

Register for a community workshop

Parks Victoria is hosting two-hour workshops to collect input from stakeholders and community members to inform the Grampians Landscape Management Plan.

At the workshop you will:

  • learn about the Grampians Landscape Management Plan process
  • explore the challenges for managing this highly valued landscape for the next 15 years
  • share your knowledge of using, living near, managing or connecting with this landscape
  • provide your input on key decisions.

Venue sizes are limited and RSVPs are essential. You can RSVP by clicking on the event below.

Please note - to ensure everyone has the opportunity to contribute, we ask that you attend one session only.

If you cannot attend a workshop, you can participate online or visit a listening post in the local area.

Community listening posts

A series of ‘listening posts’ (small staffed stalls for short conversations) will also be held to ensure that we hear from a range of views.

Listening post times and locations are:

  • Moyston General Store, Friday 6 September 2019, 8.30am - 10.30am
  • The Giant Koala Dadswell Bridge, Wednesday 11 September 2019, 8.30 - 10.30am
  • The Dunkeld General Store, Wednesday 11 September 2019, 8.30 - 10.30am
  • The Bridge Café Cavendish, Wednesday 18 September 2019, 12.30 - 2.30pm
  • Halls Gap Visitor Information Centre, Sunday 22 September 2019, 10am - 12pm

You do not need to RSVP for a listening post, just drop by and see us.

If you could not attend a workshop, you can provide your feedback and ideas for the Landscape Management Plan online

Please provide you feedback and ideas for the future management of the landscape. The questions here reflect the questions being asked in the workshop.
What is your relationship to the landscape? Required
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What do you love to do in the landscape?
How satisfied are you with how the landscape is currently managed? Required

Understanding what your current levels of satisfaction are with different management themes, will help us understand where we are doing well and the key areas for improvement in the future.

Very unsatisfied
Very satisfied
Environmental conservation
Support for recreational opportunities
Visitor activities, facilities and access
Recognition and protection of cultural heritage (pre and post-colonial)
Emergency management (fires, floods, landslides, droughts)
Benefits beyond the parks (economy, water, biodiversity, pest control)

Please complete the below sentence. Your input will be used to create a vision for the management plan.

Your contact information is only be used to administer the public consultation process and will be separated from your submission. To view the privacy statement, click here.

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